Katerina Kamprani is an architect based in Athens, and has a knack for creating objects and household items that are uncomfortable at least, impossible to use at best.
There's a beautiful elegance to this showroom in Melbourne made of steam-bent wood.
We’re not saying it’d be a good idea to spend a week in bed. But if you had to, there’d be a lot of worse places to be than the …
The Inns Whiskey Bar in Chengdu China will make you feel like you’ve stepped inside a whiskey still, if not a glass of whiskey itself.
An exceptionally sleek and futuristic gondola design for Venice by famed designer Philippe Starck.
A sleek and clever tiny house called Minima
Endearingly named "Chop Stick", this playground and ice cream shack was designed for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, providing a small concession stand and swingset for the museum's grounds.
This Stress Relieving Chair Hugs People With Autism
The world's oldest single malt Scotch whisky is worthy of a very nice vessel, and Gordon & MacPhail made sure of it, by hiring British-Ghanaian architect David Adjaye to create a …
The Denizen Architype Office Pod is a standalone workspace with modern conveniences.
Rooms from Studio Ghibli Films Brought to Life
The star of this apartment may be its bright red staircase, which has a brilliant floating design.
Floor mats and hall rugs don't usually get a lot of attention, but these mats from Swedish company Heymat are notable for their beautiful designs and recycled materials.
We appreciate the bright geometric colors and forms that have taken shape in London's Canary Wharf financial district.
A very unexpected watercraft set sail in Venice recently, a massive, 40 foot long violin, complete with a cellist playing while riding it.
The walls, the light fixtures, the furniture, and even the rugs all work together in this wildly colorful apartment in Edinburgh
The inviting form and colors of this kettlebell stray from the usual dark, masculine aesthetic of other exercise equipment.
IKEA's Air Filtration Furniture Portends a Polluted Future
This elegant side table has a great stance, and glass 'wings' that open like that of a beetle.
We love the look and feel of Time Loop, a new sculpture in Hong Kong by British designer Paul Cocksedge.
Below are some of the efforts that went into making transport, medaling, and dressing at the Tokyo Olympics more eco-friendly.
Being disabled hasn’t slowed Rita Ebel down, in fact it’s given her an opportunity to be known as the “Lego Grandma” in her hometown of Hanau, Germany. The wheelchair-bound Ebel was …
Chris Toledo is a world renowned miniature artist, creating highly realistic homes, in perfect 1:12 scale.